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Joining forces with the local troupe Foothills Community Players, Maryville College students will present a production of “Little Women.”
The assembled Maryville College small choral ensembles will perform a joint concert on Feb. 13 at the Clayton Center for the Arts.
The Maryville College Nonprofit Fair, slated for Feb. 22 at the Clayton Center for the Arts, is open to students and the community.
The Maryville College instrumental ensemble 澳门官方老葡京3 Band will perform a chamber concert of contemporary and classical works on Feb. 11.
Randolph College’s Dr. Elizabeth Perry-Sizemore has been named the new vice president and dean of Maryville College, effective July 1, 2024.
A number of events and activities will take place during February to commemorate Black History Month at Maryville College.
An immigration forum at Maryville College, organized with Welcoming Immigrant Neighbors-Blount County, will take place Feb. 8 at the College.
Maryville College’s Great Smokies Experience for rising high school juniors, seniors and recent grads, will take place July 18-29.
The Tennessee Artists Association will display its spring art show in February at the Clayton Center galleries at Maryville College.
National Parks Conservation Association President Theresa Pierno to speak at 2024 Maryville College Commencement Jan. 26, 2024 Theresa Pierno, the president and CEO of the National Parks Conservation Association, will deliver the commencement address to Maryville College’s Class of 2024 during a ceremony scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, May 4, in Humphreys Court, located between…
The Maryville College 2023-24 academic year is at the halfway point, but the 澳门官方老葡京 Admissions team is already looking ahead to a banner 2024-25.